Waldorf RNL8810GE Specifications

Installation and Operation Manual
Gas Ranges Electric
Static/Convection Oven
RN8510GE/GEC
RN8610GE/GEC
RN8810GE/GEC
RNL8510GE/GEC
RNL8610GE/GEC
RNL8810GE/GEC
RNB8510GE/GEC
RNB8610GE/GEC
RNB8810GE/GEC
RNLB8510GE/GEC
RNLB8610GE/GEC
RNLB8810GE/GEC
Date Purchased
Serial Number
Dealer
Service Provider
For use in GB, IE & DK
230562-15
MANUFACTURED BY
Moffat Limited
Rolleston 7675
New Zealand
INTERNATIONAL CONTACTS
AUSTRALIA
Moffat Pty Limited
Web:
E.Mail:
Main Office:
Service:
Spares:
Customer Service:
www.moffat.com.au
vsales@moffat.com.au
(tel) +61 (03) 9518 3888
(fax) +61 (03) 9518 3833
(tel): 1800 622 216
(tel): 1800 337 963
(tel): 1800 335 315
(fax): 1800 350 281
CANADA
Serve Canada
Web:
E.Mail:
Sales:
Service:
www.servecanada.com
info@servecanada.com
(tel): 800 551 8795 (Toll Free)
(tel): 800 263 1455 (Toll Free)
NEW ZEALAND
Moffat Limited
Web:
E.Mail:
Main Office:
www.moffat.co.nz
sales@moffat.co.nz
(tel): 0800 663328
UNITED KINGDOM
Blue Seal
Web:
E.Mail:
Sales:
Spares:
Service:
www.blue-seal.co.uk
sales@blue-seal.co.uk
(tel): +44 121 327 5575
(fax): +44 121 327 9711
(tel): +44 121 322 6640
(fax): +44 121 327 9201
(tel): +44 121 322 6644
(fax): +44 121 327 6257
UNITED STATES
Moffat
Web:
Sales:
Service:
www.moffat.com
(tel): 800 551 8795 (Toll Free)
(tel): +1 336 661 1556
(fax): +1 336 661 9546
(tel): 800 858 4477 (Toll Free)
(tel): +1 336 661 1556
(fax): +1 336 661 1660
REST OF WORLD
Moffat Limited
Web:
E.Mail:
www.moffat.co.nz
export@moffat.co.nz
The reproduction or copying of any part of this manual by any means whatsoever is strictly forbidden unless authorized previously in
writing by the manufacturer.
In line with policy to continually develop and improve its products, Moffat Ltd. reserves the right to change the specifications and
design without prior notice.
© Copyright Moffat Ltd. November 2014.
Contents
List
Contents
Waldorf Gas Range Electric Static/Convection Ovens
RN(L)(B)8510GE
RN(L)(B)8610GE
RN(L)(B)8810GE
Gas Range Electric Static Oven
Gas Range Electric Static Oven
Gas Range Electric Static Oven
Four Open Burner.
Six Open Burner.
Eight Open Burner.
RN(L)(B)8510GEC
RN(L)(B)8610GEC
RN(L)(B)8810GEC
Gas Range Electric Convection Oven
Gas Range Electric Convection Oven
Gas Range Electric Convection Oven
Four Open Burner.
Six Open Burner.
Eight Open Burner.
Introduction .............................................................................................. 2
Specification .............................................................................................. 3
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
General
Gas Supply Requirements
Gas Connection
Electrical Supply Requirements
Electrical Connection
Dimensions ................................................................................................ 7
Installation .............................................................................................. 10
Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Location
Clearances
Assembly
Fitting Rear Rollers
Gas Connection
Electrical Connection
Commissioning
Operation ................................................................................................. 15
Operation Guide
Description of Controls
Open Burners
Griddle
Oven
Cleaning and Maintenance ...................................................................... 18
Before Commencing Cleaning
Open Burner Cleaning
Griddle Plate Cleaning
Oven Interior Cleaning
Stainless Steel Surfaces
Fault Finding ............................................................................................ 21
Wiring Schematic .................................................................................... 23
Gas Conversion and Specifications ......................................................... 27
Conversion Procedure
Gas Specifications
Replacement Parts List ........................................................................... 32
Introduction
We are confident that you will be delighted with your WALDORF GAS RANGES ELECTRICAL STATIC /
CONVECTION OVEN and it will become a most valued appliance in your commercial kitchen.
To ensure you receive the utmost benefit from your new Waldorf appliance, there are two important things
you can do.
Firstly:
Please read the instruction book carefully and follow directions given. The time taken will be well spent.
Secondly:
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation, instructions or performance of your appliance,
contact your WALDORF dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call could answer your question.
CE Only:
These instructions are only valid if the country code appears on the appliance. If the code does not
appear on the appliance, refer to the supplier of this appliance to obtain the technical instructions for
adapting the appliance to the conditions for use in that country.
Warning
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY
DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS APPLIANCE.
Warning
INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE USER SMELLS GAS ARE TO BE POSTED IN A PROMINENT
LOCATION. THIS INFORMATION SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING THE LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER.
Warning
GREAT CARE MUST BE TAKEN BY THE OPERATOR TO USE THE EQUIPMENT SAFELY TO GUARD IT AGAINST RISK OF
FIRE.

THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE LEFT ON UNATTENDED.

IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A REGULAR INSPECTION IS MADE BY A COMPETENT SERVICE PERSON TO
ENSURE CORRECT AND SAFE OPERATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE IS MAINTAINED.

DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.

Caution
 This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
persons.
 Only authorised service persons are to carry out installation, servicing or gas
conversion operations.
 Components
having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed)
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.

DO NOT operate the appliance without the legs supplied fitted.
2
by
the
Specifications
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
RN[1]8510GE [2]
4 Open Burners + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8513GE [2]
2 Open Burners + 300mm Griddle + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8610GE [2]
6 Open Burners + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8613GE [2]
4 Open Burners + 300mm Griddle + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8616GE [2]
2 Open Burners + 600mm Griddle + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8619GE
900mm Griddle + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8810GE [2]
8 Open Burners + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8813GE [2]
6 Open Burners + 300mm Griddle + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8816GE [2]
4 Open Burners + 600mm Griddle + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8819GE [2]
2 Open Burners + 900mm Griddle + Electric Static Oven.
RN[1]8510GEC [2] 4 Open Burners + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8513GEC [2] 2 Open Burners + 300mm Griddle + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8610GEC [2] 6 Open Burners + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8613GEC [2] 4 Open Burners + 300mm Griddle + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8616GEC [2] 2 Open Burners + 600mm Griddle + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8619GEC
900mm Griddle + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8810GEC [2] 8 Open Burners + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8813GEC [2] 6 Open Burners + 300mm Griddle + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8816GEC [2] 4 Open Burners + 600mm Griddle + Electric Convection Oven.
RN[1]8819GEC [2] 2 Open Burners + 900mm Griddle + Electric Convection Oven.
NOTE:
[1]: - Model Options;
L
B
LB
- Standard Models.
- Low Back Models.
- Bold Front.
- Low Back and Bold Front.
[2] - Open Burner Options;
F
PF
- With Flame Failure Protection.
- With Pilot and Flame Failure Protection.
General
A heavy duty, general purpose gas range created for compact modular kitchens. It has a high option
Cook Top / Griddle arrangement and is available on industrial adjustable feet or on robust rollers.
Open Burners are available in either 'PF' (Pilot and Flame Failure) or 'F' (Flame Failure Only) options.
Open Burner and Griddle options are fitted with individual flame failure for each open burner.
Griddles are fitted with pilot, flame failure and piezo ignition as standard. Easy clean stainless steel
external finish.
Easy clean stainless external finish.
3
Specifications
Gas Supply Requirements
- Australia:
Natural Gas
LP Gas (Propane)
- each Open Burner
28 MJ/hr
28 MJ/hr
- each 300mm Griddle Section
21 MJ/hr
21 MJ/hr
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
0.95 kPa
2.6 kPa
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
3
Gas Connection
/4” B.S.P. Male
- New Zealand:
Natural Gas
LP Gas
- each Open Burner
28 MJ/hr
28 MJ/hr
- each 300mm Griddle Section
21 MJ/hr
21 MJ/hr
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
0.95 kPa
2.6 kPa
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
3
Gas Connection
/4” B.S.P. Male
- UK Only:
Category:
Flue Type:
II2H3P (20, 37).
A1.
Natural Gas (G20)
Heat Input (nett)
Gas Rate (nett)
Nominal
Reduced
Propane (G31)
Open Burner
Griddle
Open Burner
Griddle
(each)
(each 300mm section)
(each)
(each 300mm section)
6.5 kW
5.5 kW
6.5 kW
5.5 kW
1.75 kW
3
1.85 kW
3
1.75 kW
1.95 kW
Nominal
0.69 m /hr
0.58 m /hr
0.51 kg/hr
0.43 kg/hr
Reduced
0.19 m3/hr
0.20 m3/hr
0.14 kg/hr
0.15 kg/hr
Supply Pressure
20 mbar
30 / 37 mbar
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
9.5 mbar
26 mbar
3
Gas Connection
*
/4” B.S.P. Male
Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at full
setting. Operating pressure is ex-factory set through the appliance regulator and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when carrying out gas conversion, if required. (Refer to ‘Gas
Conversion’ section for details).
4
Specifications
- All Other Markets:
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
- each Open Burner
- each 300mm Griddle Section
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Gas Connection
Natural Gas
Town Gas (**)
28MJ/hr
28MJ/hr
21MJ/hr
21MJ/hr
1.13 - 3.40kPa
0.75 - 1.50kPa
0.95kPa
0.63 Pa
See ‘Gas Connection’ information overleaf
LP Gas (Propane)
Butane
28MJ/hr
28MJ/hr
21MJ/hr
21MJ/hr
2.75 - 4.50kPa
2.75 - 4.50kPa
2.6kPa
2.6kPa
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
- each Open Burner
- each 300mm Griddle Section
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Gas Connection
See ‘Gas Connection’ information overleaf
NOTE:
 (*) Measure Burner operating pressure at manifold test point with 2 burners operating at
'High Flame' setting.
 NAT, LPG & Butane Only - Operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be adjusted,
unless when converting between gases, if required.
 (**) TOWN GAS Only - Adjust burner operating pressure using adjustable gas regulator
supplied.
 Refer to ‘Gas Conversion and Specifications' section in this manual for further details.
Gas Connection
Gas supply connection point is located at rear of appliance, approximately 130mm from right hand
side, 32mm from rear and 655mm from floor and is reached from beneath appliance. (Refer to
‘Dimensions’ section).
Connection is ¾" BSP male thread.
5
Specifications
Electrical Supply Requirements
MODEL
1-Phase Connection
1P+N+E, 230-240V
3-Phase Connection
3P+N+E, 400-415V
5.5 kW
L1 - 7.2 Amps
L2 - 7.7 Amps
L3 - 7.7 Amps
RN8510GEC
5.8 kW,
23.9 Amps @ 235 V
5.8 kW
L1 - 8.5 Amps
L2 - 7.7 Amps
L3 - 7.7 Amps
RN8610GE
6.5 kW,
26.6 Amps @ 235 V
6.5 kW
L1 - 8.2 Amps
L2 - 9.2 Amps
L3 - 9.2 Amps
RN8610GEC
6.8 kW,
27.9 Amps @ 235 V
6.8 kW
L1 - 9.5 Amps
L2 - 9.2 Amps
L3 - 9.2 Amps
RN8810GE
6.5 kW,
26.6 Amps @ 235 V
6.5 kW
L1 - 8.2 Amps
L2 - 9.2 Amps
L3 - 9.2 Amps
RN8810GEC
6.8 kW,
27.9 Amps @ 235 V
6.8 kW
L1 - 9.5 Amps
L2 - 9.2 Amps
L3 - 9.2 Amps
RN8510GE
5.5 kW,
22.6 Amps @ 235 V
Electrical Connection
Warning
THIS
APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IF
THE SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY A SUITABLY
QUALIFIED PERSON IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD.
RN8510 / RN8610GE / GEC Models Only.
Electrical supply connection point is located at rear of appliance, approximately 80mm from right
hand side, 466mm from rear and 150mm from floor.
RN8810GE/GEC Models Only.
Electrical supply connection point is located at rear of appliance, approximately 380mm from right
hand side, 466mm from rear and 150mm from floor.
When connecting this electric appliance to mains supply, ensure following is carried out: An isolating switch is fitted within 2m of appliance, but not on appliance and in such a
position that user does not have to reach across cooking surface.
 Supply cord shall be oil-resistant, sheathed flexible cable and not lighter than ordinary
polychloroprene or other equivalent synthetic elastomer sheathed cord (as per AS / NZS
3191 part 2.10.11. or IEC 60245-IEC-57) e.g. HO5 RN-F Type.
 Branch supply line shall be individually overload protected to correct current rating and
supply chord shall be protected against any mechanical or thermal damage.
 A grommet is fitted around wiring entry hole into appliance.
 All wiring connections must be tight.
Refer to appropriate wiring standards for size of cable to be supplied to an appliance for current
drawn on that line.
6
Dimensions
RN(L)8510GE / GEC
RN(L)8610GE / GEC
Refer to Page 8 for Cook Top Options
7
Dimensions
RN(L)8810GE / GEC
Refer to Page 8 for Cook Top Options
8
Dimensions
Cook Top Options
RN(L)8510GE/GEC
RN(L)8513GE/GEC
RN(L)8610GE/GEC
RN(L)8613GE/GEC
RN(L)8616GE/GEC
RN(L)8619GE/GEC
RN(L)8810GE/GEC
RN(L)8813GE/GEC
RN(L)8816GE/GEC
RN(L)8819GE/GEC
9
Installation
Installation Requirements
NOTE:
 It is most important that this appliance is installed correctly and that operation is correct
before use. Installation shall comply with local electrical, gas, health and safety
requirements.
 This appliance shall be installed with sufficient ventilation to prevent the occurrence of
unacceptable concentrations of health harmful substances in the room, the appliance is
installed in.
Waldorf Gas Range Electric Ovens are designed to provide years of satisfactory service, and correct
installation is essential to achieve the best performance, efficiency and trouble-free operation.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with National installation codes and in addition, in
accordance with relevant National / Local codes covering gas, electrical and fire safety.
Australia:
New Zealand:
Australia / New Zealand:
United Kingdom:
Ireland:
- AS5601
- Gas Installations.
- NZS5261
- Gas Installation.
- AS / NZS3000 - Wiring Rules.
- Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations 1998.
- BS6173 - Installation of Catering Appliances.
- BS5440 1 & 2 - Installation Flueing & Ventilation.
- BS7671 - Requirements for Electrical Installation.
- IS 820 - Non - Domestic Gas Installations.
Installations must be carried out by qualified persons only. Failure to install equipment to
relevant codes and manufacturer’s specifications shown in this section will void the warranty.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by manufacturer are only to be
adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by the installation
person.
Unpacking
 Remove all packaging and transit protection from appliance including all protective plastic coating
from exterior stainless steel panels.
 Check equipment and parts for damage. Report any damage immediately to carrier and distributor.
 Report any deficiencies to distributor who supplied appliance.
 Check available gas and electrical supply is correct to that shown on rating plate located on front
right hand corner of bottom sill.
Location
1.
Installation must allow for sufficient flow of fresh air for the combustion air supply.
Combustion Air Requirements:
GE505 / GE54
GE506 / GE56
GE508 / GE58
Natural Gas (G20)
24 m3/hr
36 m3/hr
48 m3/hr
LPG (G31)
25 m3/hr
24m3/hr
38 m3/hr
36m3/hr
50 m3/hr
48m3/hr
Town Gas
2.
3.
4.
5.
Installation must include adequate ventilation means, to prevent dangerous build up of combustion
products.
Never directly connect a ventilation system to appliance flue outlet.
Position appliance in its approximate working position.
All air for burner combustion is supplied from beneath the appliance. Legs must always be fitted and
no obstructions placed on underside or around base of appliance, as obstructions will cause incorrect
operation and / or failure of appliance.
NOTE: Do not obstruct or block appliance flue. Never directly connect a ventilation system to
appliance flue outlet.
10
Installation
Clearances
NOTE: Only non-combustible materials can be used in close proximity to this appliance.
Left / Right hand side
Rear
Combustible Surface
250mm (*)
100mm
Non Combustible Surface
0mm
0mm
* Side clearances can be 50mm when adjacent surface is at least 100mm below cooking surface.
Assembly
This model is delivered completely assembled. Ensure legs are securely attached.
NOTE:
 This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet to
enable it to be positioned securely and level on
uneven floors. This should be carried out on
completion of gas connection. Refer to 'Gas
Connection Section'.
Appliance
Base
 This appliance can also be fitted with rear rollers
to enable appliance to be easily moved for
positioning and cleaning purposes. If desired,
these rollers are supplied in packaging, with
appliance. See below for fitting instructions.
Optional Accessories
(Refer to Replacement Parts List)
 Plinth Kit. For installation details, refer to
instructions supplied with each kit.
Fitting Rear Rollers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Fig 1
Raise appliance from floor by approx. 75mm
using suitable lifting equipment (i.e. Palletiser /
Forklift) to allow rear adjustable feet to be
removed.
Unscrew and remove both rear adjustable feet
from rear leg housings.
Fit rear roller to rear leg housing and align
screw hole in side of rear leg housing with
threaded hole in rear roller.
Secure rear roller to leg support with bolt
supplied and tighten bolt with a 10 mm A/F
spanner.
Fit second roller and tighten.
Lower appliance back to floor and adjust front
adjustable feet to level appliance.
Rear Leg
Housing
Roller
Locating Bolt
Adjustable
Foot
11
Rear Roller
Assy
Installation
Gas Connection
NOTE: ALL GAS FITTING MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON.
1.
It is essential that gas supply is correct for appliance to be installed and that adequate supply
pressure and volume are available. The following checks should be made before installation:a. Gas Type the appliance has been supplied for is shown on
coloured stickers located above gas entry point and on rating
plate. Check this is correct for gas supply the appliance is
being installed for. Gas conversion procedure is detailed in this
manual.
b. Supply Pressure required for this appliance is shown in
‘Specifications’ section of this manual. Check gas supply to
ensure adequate supply pressure exists.
c. The Input Rate of this appliance is stated on Rating Plate and
in ‘Specifications’ section of this manual. Input rate should be
checked against available gas supply line capacity. Particular
note should be taken if appliance is being added to an
existing installation.
Rating Plate
Location
Fig 2
NOTE: It is important that adequately sized piping runs directly to connection joint on appliance
with as few tees and elbows as possible to give maximum supply volume.
2.
Fit gas regulator supplied, into gas supply line as close to appliance as possible.
NOTE: Gas pressure regulator provided with this appliance is convertible between Natural Gas and
LPG as shown in ‘Gas Conversion Section’ in this manual.
Ensure regulator is converted to correct gas type that appliance will operate on.
Regulator outlet pressure is fixed ex-factory for gas type that regulator is converted to and
it is NOT to be adjusted.
Regulator connections are 3/4" BSP female.
Connection to the appliance is 3/4" BSP male.
(Refer to 'Specifications' section for gas supply location dimensions).
NOTE: A Manual Isolation Valve must be fitted to individual appliance supply line.
3.
4.
5.
Correctly locate appliance into its final operating position and using a spirit level, adjust legs so that
unit is level and at correct height.
Connect gas supply to appliance. A suitable jointing compound which resists breakdown action of
LPG must be used on every gas line connection, unless compression fittings are used.
Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
Warning
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME
6.
TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
Check gas operating pressure is as shown in ‘Specifications’
section.
Manifold
Test Point
NOTE: Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test
point with 2 burners operating at ‘Full’ setting.
7.
Verify operating pressure remains correct.
Fig 3
12
Installation
Electrical Connection
Warning
THIS
APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IF
SUPPLY CORD IS DAMAGED, IT MUST BE REPLACED BY A SUITABLY
QUALIFIED PERSON IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD.
NOTE: ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED
PERSON.
Each appliance should be connected to an adequately
protected power supply and an isolation switch mounted
adjacent to, but not behind appliance. This switch must
be clearly marked and readily accessible in case of fire.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check electricity supply is correct as shown on
Rating Plate attached to lower front hand side of
front sill panel.
Supply terminal connections are located at rear of
appliance. Refer to ‘Electrical Connections’ in
‘Dimensions’ section of manual.
Open oven door and remove oven control panel to
allow connection access for electrical supply.
Connect mains supply to L1, L2 and L3 connection
terminals. Refer to 'Electrical Supply
Requirements' section for connection details.
Add bridging
wires between
L1, L2 and L3.
Neutral supply
connection to N
Phase supply
connection to L1
P
N
Fig 4
NOTE: This appliance can be converted from 3 Phase to Single Phase supply by connecting single
phase input to L1 and adding a bridge wire between L1, L2 and L3 connections, (refer to Fig
3 above and information shown in 'Electrical Supply Requirements Table' in 'Specifications'
Section).
Caution
Changing supply from 3 phase to single phase will increase electrical current
loading on supply cable. Ensure supply cable used is of a sufficient size for
current loading, refer to 'Electrical Supply Requirements' table overleaf.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Connect neutral and earth conductors to neutral stud and earth stud respectively.
For all connections ensure that conductors are secure and appropriately terminated.
Tighten cable gland to secure against tension on cable.
Check polarity of each connection is correct to mains connection terminals markings on appliance.
NOTE:
 This appliance must be earthed.
 Fixed wiring installations must incorporate an all-pole disconnection switch.
9.
10.
11.
Correctly locate appliance into its final operating position and using a spirit level, adjust legs so that
appliance is level and at correct height.
Connect power supply to appliance.
Check electrical supply is within input rating specification, refer to 'Specifications' section).
13
Installation
Commissioning
1.
Before leaving the new installation;
a. Check the following functions in accordance with the operating instructions specified in the
'Operation' section of this manual.
 Light the Griddle.
 Light the Open Burners.
(F - Flame Failure Option).
 Light the Open Burners.
(PF - Pilot and Flame Failure Option).
 Check the Low Fire Burner Operation.
 Check the High Fire Burner Operation.
 Check the Oven Heating.
 Check the Oven Thermostat Operation.
 Check the Oven Fan Operation.
(GEC Models only).
b. Ensure that the operator has been instructed in the areas of correct lighting, operation, and
shutdown procedure for the appliance.
2.
This manual must be kept by owner for future reference, and a record of Date of Purchase, Date
of Installation and Serial Number of Appliance recorded and kept with this manual. (These
details can be found on Rating Plate attached to front right hand corner of bottom sill.
Refer to ‘Gas Connection’ section).
NOTE: If it is not possible to get appliance to operate correctly, shut off gas supply and contact
supplier of this appliance.
14
Operation
Operation Guide
Caution
 This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
persons.
 Only authorised service persons are to carry out installation, servicing or gas
conversion operations.
 Components
having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed)
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
1.
2.
by
the
Waldorf appliances have been designed to provide simplicity of operation and 100% safety
protection.
Improper operation is almost impossible, however bad operation practices can reduce the life of the
appliance and produce a poor quality product. To use this appliance correctly please read the
following sections carefully: Lighting the Open Burners
(PF - Pilot and Flame Failure Option).
 Lighting the Open Burners
(F - Flame Failure Option).
 Lighting the Griddle.
 Oven.
Description of Controls
Gas Control Knobs
Griddle Option
Burner Control
๐
OFF Position
PILOT Burner
HIGH Flame
Heating Indicator
Lamps (Amber)
for Top &
Bottom Elements
Power Indicator
Lamp (green)
LOW Flame
Piezo Igniter
(Located here when fitted
with Griddle Option)
Oven Thermostat
Control
๐
Fig 5
OFF Position
Temperature
Graduations 50°C to
320°C
Open Burner Option
OFF Position
HIGH Flame
Oven Top Heat Control
LOW Flame
๐
Rear Burner
LOW
1
2
3
4
Front Burner
(Indicators located above
the Gas Control Knobs).
OFF Position
Position
Position
Position
Position
Position
HIGH Position
15
Operation
Open Burners ('F' - Flame Failure Option)
Lighting the Open Burners
Flame Failure Protection is incorporated for each burner by way of a thermo-electric system which
will shut off gas supply to that burner in the event that burner goes out, so that un-burnt gas is not
expelled.
a. Select burner required, depress and turn the gas control knob anti-clockwise to ‘HIGH’ position.
b. Hold gas control knob depressed and manually light main burner.
c. Release gas control knob after approximately 10-20 seconds after lighting burner.
d. Burner should stay alight - if not, repeat Steps (a. to (c. above.
e. To adjust the temperature required, depress and rotate gas control knob between ‘HIGH’ and
‘LOW’ positions.
Turning 'OFF' the Open Burners
a. When main burner is not required, depress and turn gas control knob clockwise back to ‘OFF’
position. 'MAIN' burner will extinguish.
Open Burners ('PF' - Pilot and Flame Failure Option)
Lighting the Open Burners
These hobs are fitted with individual standing pilots for each open burner which allows main burners
to be turned 'ON' - 'OFF' without having to manually re-light burner each time that it is turned 'ON',
as burner will automatically light itself off the pilot burner.
Flame Failure Protection is incorporated for each burner by way of a thermo-electric system which
will shut off gas supply to that burner in the event that burner goes out, so that un-burnt gas is not
expelled.
a. Select burner required, depress and turn the gas control knob anti-clockwise to ‘PILOT’ position.
b. Hold gas control knob depressed and manually light pilot burner.
c. Release gas control knob after approximately 10-20 seconds after lighting pilot burner.
d. Pilot burner should stay alight - if not, repeat Steps (b. to (c. above.
e. To select ‘Full Flame’, depress and rotate gas control knob anti-clockwise to first stop 'HIGH'
flame position.
f. To select ‘Low Flame’, depress and rotate gas control knob fully anti-clockwise to ‘LOW' flame
position.
g. To adjust the temperature required, depress and rotate gas control knob between ‘HIGH’ and
‘LOW’ positions.
Turning 'OFF' the Open Burners / Pilots
a. To turn 'OFF' main burner, but keep pilot burner alight, rotate gas control knob to 'PILOT'
position. Main burner will extinguish and pilot will remain alight.
b. To turn 'OFF' the 'PILOT', depress and turn gas control knob clockwise back to ‘OFF’ position.
'PILOT' burner will extinguish.
16
Operation
Griddle
Lighting the Griddle
a. Depress gas control knob and rotate anti-clockwise to ‘PILOT’ position.
b. Hold gas control knob depressed, press piezo ignition button to ignite pilot burner. Repeat Items
1 to 2 until pilot is lit.
c. Release gas control knob approximately 10-20 seconds after lighting pilot.
d. Pilot should now remain alight - if not, repeat Steps (b. to (c. above.
e. To select ‘Full Flame’, depress and rotate gas control knob anti-clockwise to ‘HIGH’ position.
f. To select ‘Low Flame’, depress and rotate gas control knob fully anti-clockwise to ‘Low Flame’
position.
g. When main burner is not required, depress and turn gas control knob clockwise back to ‘OFF’
position.
Turning 'OFF' the Griddle Burner / Pilot
a. To turn 'OFF' griddle, but keep pilot burner alight, rotate gas control knob to 'PILOT' position.
Griddle burner will extinguish and pilot will remain alight.
b. To turn 'OFF' 'PILOT', depress and turn gas control knob clockwise back to ‘OFF’ position. 'PILOT'
burner will extinguish.
Ovens
! IMPORTANT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
DO NOT USE aluminium foil or trays directly on cast iron sole plate(s).
NEVER block or cover openings on each side of sole plate(s).
Oven is fitted with top and bottom elements. The thermostat maintains oven temperature by
controlling both elements. Top element is further controlled by an energy regulator. Convection
Ovens are fitted with a circulation fan.
Place oven racks in desired position.
Preheat:- By selecting desired temperature, and turning oven top heat control to a maximum
of 2. When desired temperature is reached, amber neon will go out.
Cooking:- When desired temperature has been reached, turn top element control to ‘OFF’ position.
Top Heat:- To obtain more top heat during cooking, turn top heat control to ‘ON’ position. (The
higher the setting, the more top heat).
For Browning:- Turn oven top element control to maximum and oven temperature to a
‘LOW’ setting (about 120°C) or just above 'Light On' position, if previously working at higher
temperatures.
Turning ‘OFF’ the Oven:- Turn oven top heat control to ‘O’ off position. Top heating will be
turned ‘OFF’ and upper heating indicator lamp (Amber) will extinguish.
Turn thermostat control knob to ‘O’ off position and lower heating indicator lamp will extinguish.
The oven is now turned ‘OFF’.
IMPORTANT:
Should any abnormal operation like;
- ignition problems,
- abnormal burner flame,
- burner control problems,
- partial or full loss of burner flame in normal operation, appliance requires IMMEDIATE
service by a qualified service person and should not be used until a service is carried out.
17
Cleaning and Maintenance
Before Commencing Cleaning
Caution
Always turn off the gas / electrical supply before cleaning the appliance.
This appliance is not water proof. Do not use water jet spray to clean interior
or exterior of this appliance.
NOTE:
 Allow appliance to cool before commencing cleaning.
 DO NOT use abrasive or strong caustic detergents as they could corrode or damage the
Cooktop.
 Ensure that any detergent or cleaning material has been completely removed after each
cleaning.
To keep your Cooktop clean and operating at peak efficiency, follow the procedures shown overleaf:-
Griddle Plate
Grease Tray
Spill Tray
Pot Stand
Burner Cap
Burner Body
Burner Mounting Rail
18
Cleaning and Maintenance
Open Burner Cleaning
Griddle Plate Cleaning
1. Remove pot stands, burner caps, burner bowls
and pot stand supports from top of cooktop.
Wash with hot soapy water, using a soft
bristled brush. Dry thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Any baked-on deposits can be scraped off
using a scraper tool.
It is recommended that a flat blade scraper is used
to clean the griddle surface, these are not supplied
with griddle but may be purchased separately.
Refer to 'Replacement Parts List' at rear of this
manual.
NOTE: Pot stands, burner bowls and pot stand
supports can be washed in a dish
washer. Do Not wash burner caps in
dishwasher.
THE BLADES FITTED TO THE SCRAPER TOOL ARE EXTREMELY SHARP
AND ARE TO BE USED WITH CARE.
Warning
Caution
Burner Cap
Always ensure that even pressure is
applied over whole surface of scraper tool
when using on flat surface of griddle, to
prevent scoring of griddle surface.
NEVER bang sharp edge of scraper tool on
flat surface of griddle as this will damage
the griddle and invalidate the warranty.
Burner Body
2. Burner mounting rails should not be removed.
Clean in situ with hot soapy water.
Burner Mounting
Rail
1. Clean griddle plate surface thoroughly with a
scraper tool and brush off any deposits with a
soft bristled brush.
2. Stubborn or accumulated carbon deposits can
be removed with a griddle stone or a scotch
bright pad.
3. Wipe down griddle surface with a cloth and
then clean with hot soapy water and a soft
bristled brush. Dry thoroughly with a dry cloth.
4. Occasionally bleach griddle plate with vinegar
when plate is cold.
5. Empty grease tray and wash with warm soapy
water. Dry thoroughly with a dry cloth. Refit
grease tray.
6. Briefly turn ‘On’ griddle until griddle plate is
dry.
7. Spread a thin smear of cooking oil over griddle
plate to form a protective film.
Pot Stand
Support
3. Clean burner venturi with a bottle brush and
hot soapy water, as required.
Bottle Brush
Burner Venturi
4. Empty spill tray and wash with warm soapy
water.
5. Dry all components thoroughly and
re-assemble.
19
Cleaning and Maintenance
Oven Interior Cleaning
1. Do not use wire brushes, steel wool or other
abrasive materials to clean oven interior.
2. Clean oven regularly with a good quality
domestic oven cleaner.
3. Weekly - Remove and clean any built up of
grease etc. from oven racks and bottom spill
cover.
4. Dry oven thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish
with a soft dry cloth.
Stainless Steel Surfaces
1. Clean stainless steel surfaces with hot soapy
water and a soft bristled brush.
2. Baked on deposits or discolouration, use a
good quality stainless steel cleaner or stainless
steel wool. Always rub in direction of grain.
20
Fault Finding
This section provides an easy reference guide to more common problems that may occur during operation
of your appliance. The fault finding guide in this section is intended to help you correct, or at least
accurately diagnose problems with your equipment.
Although this section covers most common problems reported, you may encounter a problem not covered
in this section. In such instances, please contact your local authorised service agent who will make every
effort to help you identify and resolve the problem. Please note that the service agent will require the
following information: Model Trade Name and Serial Number of Appliance. (both can be found on the Technical
Data Plate located on the appliance.
Fault
Pilot will not light.
Pilot goes out when gas control
knob released. (Griddle option
only).
Possible Cause
Remedy
No gas supply.
Ensure gas isolation valve is turned
on, and bottles are not empty.
Blocked pilot injector.
Call service provider.
Releasing knob before thermocouple has heated.
Hold knob in for at least 20
seconds following ignition of pilot.
Pilot flame too small.
- Gas pressure too low.
- Partially blocked pilot injector.
Clean or replace pilot injector.
Thermocouple connection to gas
control is loose or faulty.
Tighten thermocouple connection.
Thermocouple faulty.
Check thermo couple is producing
between 20-30 mV.
Electromagnet in rear of gas
control unit is faulty.
Inspect and replace if not in good
working order.
Call service provider.
Main burner will not light.
Piezo Ignition spark is being
generated but not sparking
from ignition electrode to pilot
burner hood. (Griddle option
only).
Incorrect supply pressure.
Faulty gas control.
Call service provider.
HT lead damaged or broken.
Repair or replace HT lead.
Check ignition electrode is not
cracked and is correctly
positioned.
Re-position or replace ignition
electrode.
Piezo igniter faulty.
Replace piezo igniter.
Call service provider.
21
Fault Finding
Fault
Element does not work when
turned ‘ON’.
Possible Cause
Check individual fuses located
behind control panel.
Check for electrical short by
checking that there is NO
continuity between any 'Phase In'
line and metal appliance body
itself.
Remedy
Replace blown fuse.
Call service provider.
Check for item failing (element,
control etc) by using a multimeter as shown on following
pages.
Complete power failure of the
appliance
Check fuse connection at mains
supply.
Ensure fuse size is correct to
carry the load.
Check for an electrical short to
appliance.
Replace blown fuse.
Carry out a continuity and
resistance check on appliance.
Call service provider.
NOTE: Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the manufacturer, are only
to be adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by an
unqualified service person.
22
Wiring Schematic
RN(L)8510GE
RN(L)8610GE
RN(L)8810GE
23
Wiring Schematic
Wiring Diagram for
RN(L)8510GE
RN(L)8610GE
RN(L)8810GE
24
Wiring Schematic
RN(L)8510GEC
RN(L)8610GEC
RN(L)8810GEC
25
Wiring Schematic
Wiring Diagram
RN(L)8510GEC
RN(L)8610GEC
RN(L)8810GEC
26
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Conversion Procedure
Caution
Ensure that the Appliance is isolated from the gas supply before commencing
servicing.
NOTE:
 These conversions should only be carried out by qualified persons.
All connections must be
checked for leaks before re-commissioning the appliance.
 Adjustment of components that have adjustments / settings sealed (e.g. paint sealed) can only be
adjusted in accordance with the
re-commissioning this appliance.
following
instructions
and
shall
be
re-sealed
before
 For relevant gas specifications refer to ‘Gas Specifications Tables’ at end of this section.
Open Burners.
1.
Remove the pot stands, burner caps and burner bodies and the pot stand supports.
2.
Remove injectors and replace with correct size injectors as shown in ‘Gas Specifications Tables’ at
end of this section.
For F Options Only,
Unscrew and remove Main Injectors.
For PF Options Only,
Unscrew and remove Main and
Pilot Injectors.
3.
4.
Refit the pot stand supports, pot stands, burner caps and burner bodies.
Re-light main burners and check flame size on simmer (LOW) position.
 Adjust low fire adjustment screw on open burner gas control valves to
Low Fire Screw
obtain desired flame size.
NOTE: The 'Low Fire Screw' should be sealed with coloured paint on completion of low fire
adjustment.
27
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Piezo Igniter
Griddle
1.
Pilot Supply
Tube
Carry out the following: Remove griddle plate section and heat shield.
 Remove main burner.
 Disconnect piezo igniter from
bracket. (For access purposes).
mounting
 Disconnect pilot supply tube from pilot burner
to access pilot injector.
Pilot Burner
2.
With Main Burner removed, ensure aeration gap is adjusted
for type of gas being used as shown in ‘Gas Specifications
Tables’ at end of this section.
3.
Remove pilot and main injectors and replace with correct size
injectors as shown in ‘Gas Specifications Tables’ at end of this
section.
4.
Refit the following:-
Main Burner Injector
Burner Adjustment Screw
Aeration Slide
 Re-connect pilot supply tube to pilot burner.
 Re-connect piezo igniter to mounting bracket.
 Refit main burner, gas control heat shield and griddle plate to cooktop.
5.
Re-light main burners and check flame size on ‘Low’ flame position.
 Adjust low fire adjustment screw on open burner gas control
valves to obtain desired flame size.
NOTE: The 'Low Fire Screw' should be sealed with coloured paint on
completion of low fire adjustment.
28
Low Fire Screw
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Regulator
- NAT Gas / LPG / Butane Only.
NOTE, Pin rotated
for Natural Gas
NOTE: The gas regulator supplied is
convertible between Natural
Gas and LP Gas, but it’s outlet
pressure is fixed ex-factory and
is NOT to be adjusted.
NOTE, Pin rotated
for LPG
- Town Gas Only.
1.
2.
3.
Remove slotted cap from regulator.
Turn ‘On’ gas supply and appliance.
Adjust pressure adjusting screw to achieve correct burner
operating pressure.
Cap Nut
Pressure Adjusting
Screw
NOTE: Measure operating pressure at manifold test point
with two burners operating at 'High Flame' setting.
4.
5.
Verify operating pressure remains correct (Re-adjust regulator
if required).
Screw cap nut back onto regulator.
Gas Type Identification Label
On completion of gas conversion, replace gas type identification label located at:- Rear of appliance, above gas connection.
- Beside the rating plate.
Commissioning
Before leaving the installation;
1.
Check all gas connections for leakage using soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
Warning
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME
2.
3.
TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
Carry out a ‘Commissioning’ check of appliance as shown in Installation Section of this manual.
Ensure any paint sealed components are re-sealed on completion of adjustments.
29
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Specifications
- Australia:
Open Burner
Griddle
Natural Gas
LP Gas (Propane)
Ø 2.45mm
0.30
Ø 2.10mm
0.35
Fully Open
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
0.95 kPa
Ø 1.50mm
0.20
Ø 1.30mm
0.23
Fully Open
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
2.6 kPa
Natural Gas
LP Gas
Ø 2.45mm
0.30
Ø 2.10mm
0.35
Fully Open
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
0.95 kPa
Ø 1.50mm
0.20
Ø 1.30mm
0.23
Fully Open
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
2.6 kPa
Natural Gas (G20)
Propane (G31)
Ø 2.30mm
Ø 1.40mm
Main Burner Injectors
Pilot Burner ('PF' Option Only)
Main Burner
Pilot Burner
Burner Aeration Setting
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
- New Zealand:
Open Burner
Griddle
Main Burner Injectors
Pilot Burner ('PF' Option Only)
Main Burner
Pilot Burner
Burner Aeration Setting
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
- UK Only:
Category:
Flue Type:
Open Burner
II2H3P (20, 37).
A1.
Main Burner Injectors
Pilot Burner ('PF' Option Only)
Main Burner
Griddle
Pilot Burner
Burner Aeration Setting
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
0.30
0.20
Ø 2.10mm
0.35
Fully Open
20 mbar
9.5 mbar
Ø 1.30mm
0.23
Fully Open
37 mbar
26 mbar
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
- (*) Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at full setting.
Operating pressure is ex-factory set, through the appliance regulator and is not to be adjusted, apart from
when carrying out Gas Conversion, if required. (Refer to information in this section for details).
30
Gas Conversion and Specifications
- All Other Markets:
Open Burner
Main Burner
Pilot Burner ('PF' Option Only)
Main Burner
Griddle
Pilot Burner
Burner Aeration Setting
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Natural Gas
Town Gas (**)
Ø 2.45mm
Ø 4.50mm
0.30
0.60
Ø 2.10mm
Ø 3.40mm
0.35
0.60
Fully open
Fully open
1.13 - 3-4 kPa
0.75 - 1.50 kPa
0.95 kPa
0.63 kPa
Adjustable Regulator
(Adjust to Burner Operating
Pressure specified).
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
Open Burner
Griddle
LP Gas (Propane)
Butane
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 1.40mm
0.20
0.20
Main Burner
Ø 1.30mm
Ø 1.20mm
Pilot Burner
0.23
0.23
Main Burner
Pilot Burner ('PF' Option Only)
Fully open
Burner Aeration Setting
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
Supply Pressure
2.6 kPa
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
NOTE:
 (*) Measure Burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at
'High Flame' setting.
 NAT, LPG & Butane Only - Operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be adjusted,
unless when converting between gases, if required.
 (**) TOWN GAS Only - Adjust burner operating pressure using adjustable gas regulator
supplied.
 Refer to information in this section for further details.
31
Replacement Parts List
Replacement Parts List
IMPORTANT:
Only genuine authorized replacement parts should be used for servicing and
repair of this appliance. Instructions supplied with parts should be followed
when replacing components.
For further information and servicing instructions, contact your nearest
authorized service branch (contact details are as shown on reverse of front
cover of this manual).
When ordering replacement parts, please quote part number and description as listed below. If part
required is not listed below, request part by description and quote model number and serial number
which is shown on rating plate.
Cook Top
Open Burners
235678
227017
Burner Body.
Burner Cap.
030230
030245
030150
032140
032450
Burner
Burner
Burner
Burner
Burner
026134
026136
232309
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
229442
229444
227403
227405
227967
227384
228167
228166
Pilot Bracket Assembly (PF Option only).
Pilot Burner Shield (PF Option only).
Gas Control
(PF Option only).
Gas Control
(with Flame Failure).
Knob - Open Burner (with Flame Failure).
Knob - Open Burner (with Pilot & Flame Failure).
Thermocouple (320mm) - Front.
Thermocouple (600mm) - Rear.
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
(Natural Gas - G20)
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas)
(Butane)
(Towns)
Ø.2.30mm
Ø 2.45mm.
Ø 1.50mm.
Ø 1.40mm.
Ø 4.50mm.
(Nat Gas)
(LP Gas / Butane)
(Town Gas)
0.30.
0.20.
0.60.
Griddle
014105
Burner.
032210
032130
032120
032340
Burner
Burner
Burner
Burner
026488
019217
018067
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas)
(Butane)
(Town Gas)
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas / Butane)
(Town Gas)
0.35.
0.23.
0.60.
227403
227384
019215K
Gas Control
Knob - Griddle.
Pilot Burner Kit.
(with Flame Failure and Pilot).
019428
227508
228047
018744
228288
Thermocouple
(320mm).
Piezo Ignitor.
Piezo H.T. Lead
(250mm).
Piezo Ignition Electrode.
Grease Tray
(Griddle Plates).
32
2.10mm.
1.30mm.
1.20mm
3.40mm.
(UK only).
Replacement Parts List
Oven
228691
228690
228082
228059
228704
229021
227399
229146
229145
013989
227398
Oven Top Element 1.75kW
(750
Oven Bottom Element 3.75kW
(750
Oven Top Element 2kW
(900
Oven Bottom Element 4.5kW
(900
Door Spring Kit.
Terminal Block Mains.
Control Knob Thermostat 50°C - 300°C.
Thermostat 50 - 300°C.
Switch (4-pole).
Energy Regulator.
Control Knob HI / LO Heat.
Ovens).
Ovens).
- 1200 Ovens).
- 1200 Ovens).
Convection Oven Only
228938
010909
228116
019479
Oven Door Microswitch.
Motor Capacitor 4µf.
Fan.
Motor.
General
227015
228884
228883
228882
227892
227893
227896
228571
227963
227962
227850
229674
Pot Stand.
Spill Tray
Spill Tray
Spill Tray
Side Rack LH.
Side Rack RH.
Oven Rack.
Index Mark Moulding.
Neon Orange.
Neon Green.
Adjustable Legs.
Rear Roller Assy.
(RN8510GE & GEC Series).
(RN8610GE & GEC Series).
(RN8810GE & GEC Series).
Accessories
228566
228567
228568
228797
228800
228804
Griddle Scraper Tool.
Smooth Plate Scraper Blades
Ribbed Plate Scraper Blade
750mm Plinth Kit.
900mm Plinth Kit.
1200mm Plinth Kit.
(Pack of 5 blades).
(Individual Blade).
Gas Regulators
Gas Type
Gas Regulators
Description
Part No.
Nat. Gas
LPG
Butane
228531
¾” BSP F/F Convertible.
Town Gas
230185
¾” BSP F/F Adjustable.
33
Replacement Parts List
Gas Conversion Kits
'PF' Models 'F' Models
Models
Gas Type to Convert to
Nat. Gas
LPG
Butane
Town Gas
Nat. Gas (UK)
Propane (UK)
RN8510GE / GEC
231841
231840
231842
231843
231909
231908
RN8610GE / GEC
231845
231844
231846
231847
231911
231910
RN8810GE / GEC
231849
231848
231850
231851
231913
231912
RN8510GE / GEC
231857
231856
231858
231859
231915
231914
RN8610GE / GEC
231861
231860
231862
231863
231917
231916
RN8810GE / GEC
231865
231864
231866
231867
231919
231918
NOTE: Each gas conversion kit is universal for all hob open burners and griddle variations
possible within the model specified.
34